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NWCGE 2009 Portland Retro Gaming Expo TOMMORROW!!

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Hey there everybody. 

I know its been a while since the last message, I've just been very busy and none of the other authors seem to be interested in writing the Newsletter.

For those locals in the Northwest USA, you should check out NWCGE 2009, Portland Retro Gaming Expo happening tommorrow Sunday, September 20th, 2009 in downtown Portland from 10AM to 8PM.  See the website for full details, show schedule and location.

www.retrogamingexpo.com/

This year will be the first year to have a live auction.  Also 8-bit style Chiptune performing is giving a concert at this years show.  If you're around tonight, the owner of Chase the Chuckwagon is having a preshow party at Ground Kontrol tonight.

I've personally been going to the shows each year for at least a few years, but this is the first year that Specialty Gamer is a vendor at the show.  We are bringing 750+ games across 20+ systems.  Being that you are subscribed to the list, I'll even let you take a look at the NWCGE 2009 Sale List.

www.specialtygamer.com/9list/ - 2009 Master Sale List

For NES completists, our table will have 350+ NES games including many of the uncommons needed to fill sets.  Plenty of niche titles, rare collection pieces, as well as a $1 bargain box so we'll have something for every level of interest or price range.  Also with every purchase over $5 at our table, you get a free gift - your choice of new Super Mario Galaxy commemorative coin, Hori PSP Liquid Crystal Filter, Nintendo systems security bit (for repairing systems), or GameBoy to Playstation converter - while they last, or until they sell out!

Specialty Gamer T-shirts will be available for sale, as well as free Specialty Gamer bumper stickers.  Stop by our table and say hi to me and Creston.  It's going to be a very good time.

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  Creston said,

I didn’t know the authors could make the newsletter I thought it was just you who could?
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He’s telling the truth, it’s a good thing he’s got such a big classic car or I don’t think he could’ve brought it all.
I think that’s the most NES games I’ve seen in one location including pawnshops and game stores.


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